- Jan 23, 2011
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AF is species-to-species i.e. it doesn't blend or modify or obscure grain to "achieve a different look" but only darkens the intrinsic pattern and grain. It is not a liquid additional product so it does not run, puddle, coagulate. AF colors generally remain more specific to the original species and AF color is typically more durable long-term. The process also has cons relative to staining or dyeing; the processes are definitely different.i really don't see the diff ?
That was cool, but I wanted to see how he got the cardboard form out.Making of a Noguchi Akari lamp.
They are re-usable wood forms, secured and tensioned for the bamboo + washi paper layup, then collapsed and removed after the piece has cured.That was cool, but I wanted to see how he got the cardboard form out.